ISLAMABAD - Members of National Assembly (MNAs) belonging to Malakand Division have hailed the agreement signed between the NWFP government and Tehreek-e-Nifaz-e-Sharia Muhammadi (TNSM) for the implementation of Nizam-e-Adl in the area and urged President Zardari to sign the deal. PPP MNA Syed Allaud Din while talking to TheNation here Tuesday said that the people all over the country had welcomed the pact, adding, "There is no tension in Malakand Division after the signing of the agreement and the local people have celebrated the deal." He said if government didn't fulfil its commitment with TNSM, it would have to face the consequences, adding, "Being a part of PPP, I am fully assured that the party will fulfil its commitment." To a query, he said that Nizam-e-Adl Regulation was not something new for the world and was meant just for speedy justice to the people of the area. "World should appreciate our decision as we are giving people rights at their doorsteps," he maintained. Later, on a telephonic interview, Pakistan Muslim League (Quaid) NWFP President Engineer Amir Muqam while hailing the Swat peace deal urged the government to fulfil its commitments without any delay in the greater interests of the country in general and for the people of province in particular. He said PML-Q had welcomed the decision of government regarding Nizam-e-Adl. Muqam said government should take practical steps for the implementation of Nizam-e-Adl. He criticised the statement of Information Minister Sherry Rehman in which the latter said that President Zardari would sanction Nizam-e-Adl Regulation after the restoration of peace in the region. "There are rare chances of restoration of peace in the said region without implementing Nizam-e-Adl and it is the only way out to bring normalcy back to the area," Muqam added. Muqam said his party fully supported the Malakand Accord and urged the government to implement its deal for the sake of peace in the country. He said such agreements had also been inked in 1994 and 1999 but had not been implemented. He said the incumbent government had also signed an agreement with TNSM during the last year but failed to implement it. Consequently, more than 700,000 people had shifted from Swat, he concluded.